The Zhi-Xing China Fellowship
The Zhi-Xing (知 行, “learning and travel”) China Fellowship is a four-week professional and leadership development program that brings approximately 10 mid-career U.S. leaders to China. The fellowship features intensive cultural immersion, group sessions with Chinese and U.S. experts and two weeks of individually-tailored travel and meetings in four to six Chinese cities around the country.
The fellowship is supported by China's Ministry of Education and overseen by its international exchange & cooperation agency, the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE). The Zhi-Xing program has its genesis in the annual talk on People-to-People Exchange between the United States government and China. The fellowship is designed to advance greater understanding between the people of the two nations. Launched in 2015, CEAIE and Eisenhower Fellowships (EF) work in partnership to implement this fellowship. I was part of the core designing team and responsible for the implementation.
The Zhi-Xing China Student Leaders Academy
This the subproject under the Fellowship and more details can be found on the website below:
The Eisenhower Fellowships Association of China (Taiwan), in collaboration with Fellows in China through the China Education Association for International Exchange, held their 3rd annual Cross-Strait Youth Leadership Exchange Camp. The camp brings students from China (Taiwan) to mainland China and vice-versa to promote mutual understanding and study technology, the economy and the arts. I was the Program Director who managed the two-way exchange programs since the launch of the program in 2010.